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Over the past two years, the conflict in Yemen has escalated dramatically, and earlier this year, the U.N. labeled Yemen 2018’s worst humanitarian crisis. While the UN has accused both sides of committing war crimes by intentionally targeting civilians, the Saudi-led coalition has caused a majority of the damage, including by blockading ports and preventing aid, oil, and supplies from entering the country. This siege is especially dangerous in a country where more than 50% of hospitals have shut down, and 22.2 million people – or 75% of the population – are reliant on humanitarian aid.

The US government is complicit in these crimes as it continues to sell billions of dollars worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia, who then uses them to harm Yemeni civilians. We cannot continue to allow the US to be involved in these war crimes any longer. Enough is enough.

House Concurrent Resolution 138 is a piece of bipartisan legislation introduced by Representatives Ro Khanna (D-CA), Adam Smith (D-WA), Mark Pocan (D-WI), and Thomas Massie (R-KY). H.Con.Res 138 invokes the War Powers Resolution, which states that only Congress has the authority to declare war. Since U.S. involvement in the crisis is tantamount to waging war in Yemen, the co-sponsors of the resolution argue that it is time for Congress to vote on whether or not America should continue to aid Saudi Arabia in fighting this war.

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Join our photo campaign by taking a picture of yourself with #ArmsOutOfYemen written on your arm. Post it on social media, tag your representatives, and ask them to cosponsor H.Con.Res138.

Call your Representatives at 1-833-STOP-WAR and urge them to support H.Con.Res. 138.

Write an op-ed uring your rep to support H.Con.Res. 138 using these talking points.

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